Chloe Savas, 6, right, and sister Kaylee Savas, 3, stand in front of the new Tambark Creek Elementary School on Wednsday, in protest of the uniform policy. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Chloe Savas, 6, right, and sister Kaylee Savas, 3, stand in front of the new Tambark Creek Elementary School on Wednsday, in protest of the uniform policy. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Parents, students protest dress code on first day of school

Uniforms are required at Everett’s new Tambark Creek Elementary. The public school opened Wednesday.

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